Conflict Applications & Development Group

Operational Medicine: TRAIC Program

RTT Active 01SEPT19 - 31DEC19 (PERTH)


1 Day $285ea 

From the point of incident to such time an interim care provider arrives to provide advanced trauma life support, or the casualty’s arrival to definitive care, essential life saving trauma management skills can be applied to preserve quality of life/ limb. With 86% of trauma related deaths being preventable, and 10-15% of TCCC deaths preventable, there is always something you can do till such time a higher tier care provider arrives on-site. You are the first responder and this is where our Trauma Response and Immediate Care (TRAIC) program comes in.

Built on an Operational Medicine background within US Department of State, multiple deployments requiring the use of critical trauma management skills and our D3 Process (patent pending) approach to learning, you will develop:

  • Sound knowledge on penetrating, blunt and blast trauma

  • Critical skills that can be applied to stabilize a casualty

  • Equipment administration (mission specific) and anatomy

  • The rules of trauma management and demands of varying environments

  • Extrication considerations and movements

  • Mission planning from an Operational Medicine perspective

PAX Limit - 12




• Introduction to Trauma
• Proven treatment plans (USASOC and DoS)
• Equipment administration
• Human anatomy
• Real world case studies

• PFC, vitals management and MIST reporting
• Differences between TCCC and TECC
• Experience driven doctrine
• Environmental factors and considerations • Culminating scenario



Perth, Western Australia

  • 14SEPT19, Perth

  • 13OCT19, Perth

  • 09NOV19, Perth

  • 14DEC19, Perth - Alumni Only Event

Virginia, United States

  • 2020 TBC


Prepare for your course

This course will contain graphic and confronting images. The course does contain a hands on component that is suitable for candidates of all ages and fitness levels. Whilst the program is technical in detail and skill set, this program is perfect for the avid adventurer, law enforcement, military or responsible firearm owner and civilians.

21+ unless accompanied by an adult. 16-21 - Contact direct for sponsorship requirements.

Course essentials:

  • Comfy clothing and enclosed shoes that can get dirty. Bring a spare set in case for after course drinks

  • Notebook - We do provide candidate booklets with note space however, space is limited

  • Pen

Note: Continuous tea, coffee, water and lunch is provided on the day

Recommended reading material:

  • Papers and submission in the TRIBE group - Accessible once payed

  • North American Rescue Training area



  • Candidate booklet

  • Training aids and simulators

  • Course certificate

  • Access to Alumni only events


All bookings are final however, should life get in the way, you can reschedule within a month post original booking.